Richa Nagar’s pedagogy has been committed to fostering anti-disciplinary feminist engagements for justice, in and beyond the classroom. Working in and across multiple fields in the humanities, arts, and the social sciences, as well as in the context of people’s movements and community-based theater, she has created opportunities for her students to learn from, and to collaborate with, scholars, artists, and activists–locally, regionally, and transnationally. Her pedagogy has illuminated how collaborative learning can foster a more equitable and just world, and the ways in which it demands a continuous unlearning and relearning of stories and struggles that co-constitute the politics of the global and the intimate.